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driving bonus check? every six months without an accident, allstate sends a check. ok. [ voice of dennis ] silence. are you in good hands? >> welcome back, sandy is heading for the east coast. the threat of a super storm is still high. even though the national hurricane center downgraded sandy to a tropical storm, our own rick reichmuth saying don't pay attention to that. >> many people bracing for what lies ahead. from the outer banks of north carolina, bruce, what are you seeing? >> well, so far not too bad. we always hear about the calm before the storm. and i guess that's where we are. it is breezy out here. but if you have ever been to the your banks it's pretty much always windy. the one indication that we have that there is a storm in the atlantic approaching the north carolina coast. the waves. let's show you. you can see them pounding this pier and this pier is likely to take a pretty big pounding over the next 24 to 48 hours. the waves here will likely only get rougher. they will only get worse. emergency management officials are warning of ocean and sound side flooding of thre
i cover - allstate, chubb, hartford and travelers - the balance sheets on these guys are actually phenomenally, phenomenally strong. there is definitely some potential downside here, but i wouldn't really see anything probably more than a 5% pullback. if these stocks really are volatile, and get hit later today, then you know what i would do? i would be a buyer. i would watch for option volatility to be enormous. it might be a great time to buy stock, maybe sell some upside calls. > > good to have you on the show this morning. that's scott bauer of trading advantage. don't go anywhere. coming up next, which way will the market move? that's next in chart talk. traders are poised to get back on the job today. one of those traders is dan deming of stutland equities. good morning to you, dan. > > good morning angie. > > what's it been like being off for a couple of trading days here? > > it's kind of a very bizarre extended weekend. we haven't encountered this really going back to, i guess, 9/11, but prior to that it's been probably 20-some years for the market to be closed due to wea
populated east coast...ride out this storm..with fingers crossed.. northbrook based allstate insurance has a catastrophe team on the ground...ready to assess the damage sandy is bound to leave behind. >> we have 800 professionals ready for deployment. >> here is the latest from chicagos. chicagos. .. more than 100 flights canceled to the east coast. amtrak >> jim ramsey has in the weather center with more on this massive storm >> i have been looking for updated information... it is about 485 mi. south of new york city. it is expected to shift back to the northwest. this is such a massive storm is expected to impact from the mid-atlantic all the way up to the massachusetts coast. all this will take place over the next several days. it looks like it will make landfall late monday. there'll be flooding, beach erosion, power outages... in chicago a lake shore flood warning has been issued... we might even get a rain shower. look at all of the watches and warnings and the factin affect >> the superstorem is even affecting the first lady's travel plans to. shell obama is in chicago. she plans
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, allstate, and there aren't any federal -- >> you what you just said from government to date. he did not hear what judy miller said. cover run the committee refused 14 times to answer questions about fema. you'd like to think a guy running for president and god knows that i have been on the front lines in campaigns would be able to have the response. what the states to do it, but they're is a role for the federal government. >> what you think? >> obviously a very important role. turn your electricity on. if your waiting for that. lou: the government. >> a buy you some candles and sundays and flashlights. the end of the day you have to be very careful. a very precarious situation. all bunch of states beyond the east shore. you can't look political. lou: okay. restaurant where the races right now. this will be distressing to judy miller. obama is running behind. it is by a narrow margin. a full point advantage among those most likely to vote. so where are we? what's happening? >> i think we're at a point where as you suggest seven national polls out. yesterday five or six of them had g
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